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Nagorno-Karabagh: Military Balance Between Armenia & Azerbaijan

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    • c'mon people... Armenia is no where close to being able to even attempt to a) develop nukes (where are the centrifuges?) and b) weaponize them on a ballistic missile. North Korea and Iran have been attempting this for what, 20 years, with their full resources and they're STILL testing. Best Armenia could do would be to have a 'dirty' bomb of putting some used radioactive material inside a standard conventional weapon, which would be ineffective, and immediately cause Armenia to be decimated by Turkey and cut off from the entire world.


      Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

      Bingo. No one is going to use them. But we should have all times of weapons available to us just in case the Turks come knocking. Which they are. Nuclear, Cyber, Armor. All types. We should even have a space program that helps put a recon satellite up there and our own little area GLONASS just in case someone tries to deny us access to GPS.

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      • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

        Bingo. No one is going to use them. But we should have all times of weapons available to us just in case the Turks come knocking. Which they are. Nuclear, Cyber, Armor. All types. We should even have a space program that helps put a recon satellite up there and our own little area GLONASS just in case someone tries to deny us access to GPS.
        Those are pretty lofty goals considering we cant keep Armos in Armenia...
        Hayastan or Bust.

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        • Originally posted by HyeSocialist View Post

          We should even have a space program that helps put a recon satellite up there and our own little area GLONASS just in case someone tries to deny us access to GPS.
          Originally posted by Haykakan View Post

          Those are pretty lofty goals considering we cant keep Armos in Armenia...

          "High-altitude platform station
          a station on an object at an altitude of 20 to 50 km and at a specified, nominal, fixed point relative to the Earth.


          All require electrical power to keep themselves and their payload functional. While current HAPS are powered by batteries or engines, mission time is limited by the need for recharging/refueling. Therefore, alternative means are being considered for the future. Solar cells are one of the best options currently being used under trial for HAPS”

          https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/High-a...atform_station

          We have that Polish Armenian inflatable company and the new solar cells/pannel company. The rest we need creative people and doers.

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          • Originally posted by Vrej1915 View Post
            150 եւ ավելի ուղեւոր տեղավորող քաղաքացիական ինքնաթիռը խոցելու մասին պնդումներն իսկապես անտրամաբանական են թվում, քանի որ նախ՝ այն անմիջական վտանգ ներկայացնող մարտական օդանավ չէ, երկրորդ՝ նման ձեռնարկը հաստատապես բերելու էր անկանխատեսելի հետեւանքների: Բայց հետաքրքիր է, որ դեպքը տեղի է ունեցել այն օրը, երբ Ադրբեջանն ու Թուրքիան Նախիջեւանում համատեղ զորավարժություն էին սկել, որին ներգրավվել էր մոտ 5000 զինծառայող ու ավելի քան 250 միավոր զինտեխնիկա: Այս ֆոնին օդանավի գործողություններում կարելի է նաեւ սադրիչ կամ, ավելի ճիշտ կլինի ասել, արցախյան կողմի տրամադրությունները շոշափելու տարր գտնել: Հիշեցնենք, որ հունիսի 16-17-ին արցախաադրբեջանական շփման գծում հակառակորդի կրակոցներից զոհվեց 4 հայ զինվոր:
            interesting.. Either they were planning a provocation while they had the exercises in nakhichevan or it's some idiot pilot making a point. Either way it was a pretty douchy move consistent with their style.

            Originally posted by HyeSocialist

            Bingo. No one is going to use them. But we should have all times of weapons available to us just in case the Turks come knocking. Which they are. Nuclear, Cyber, Armor. All types. We should even have a space program that helps put a recon satellite up there and our own little area GLONASS just in case someone tries to deny us access to GPS.
            hitting dams or knocking out their electric grid seems like a better options than nukes. We do need a shock and owe option though, as a last resort. Having a military is not enough against turks, they need to know how much painful for them it will be, if they try to attack us. And i'm not talking about hitting the kurdish population in the east, they don't care about them, we need to strike deeper.

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              • I've heard so many ideas but nothing gets done. Many villages in Armenia are dependent on power. Solar is the way to go. The people can actually manufacture this stuff if there was a good amount of investment. There are so many certified engineers just wasting air , when they could be used to work on new tech etc..

                I believe if a designated village was chosen , Doesnt really matter where and Solar Windmills were placed giving power to the whole village ,it will create a storm in Armenia and an urge to push this way.

                While this is happening these engineers can build new ideas and sell these products to the world. Armenia is not innovative at all . There is nothing different from what our neighbors produce. So why not invest in a project were you could benefit by sales and at the same time the people could work. Armenia has the potential to build very large windmills to power large towns. They can overtake any nation in this field if they put there head to it.

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                  • Armenian Army. Anti-Tank battalion
                     

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                    • Originally posted by burjuin View Post
                      Armenian Army. Anti-Tank battalion
                      Those anti tank cannons are a waist. They probably have a striking rate of less than 1 in 10 shots (on none moving target?).
                      Look, they load and then aim and then everybody runs away and gunner shoots by pulling a long rope!
                      Ancient, WWII stuff.
                      Theese are not howitzers, they only shoot on line of sight. Only defensive, as they wait for target to appear and then shoot.
                      But in today's fast moving wars are only juicy targets.
                      How many in the crew? 6? Plus towing truck. A waist.
                      A simple ATGM is the answer.
                      Last edited by Hakob; 07-19-2017, 08:08 AM.

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